Following a staff member’s complaint of a suspicious person on school property on Tuesday, the Commack Union Free School District was placed under lockdown.
The school district claims that at around noon, a staff member at Sawmill Intermediate School observed a person with what seemed to be a gun tucked into the back of his pants. The individual was kept close to a side parking lot before entering his vehicle and leaving.
Authorities identified the individual as a police officer attending the school for his child after conducting an investigation.
The lockout was already in effect when the school learned who the offender was. As classes were dismissed, Suffolk County police and school security were also present.
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